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What are the qualifying conditions for alimony?


For Texas residents who are about to enter into the divorce process, there are many questions that can weigh heavily on their minds. Every divorcing couple has different goals and wishes when it comes to how they would like a divorce to proceed. Plus, there are various elements of divorce that are relevant in some cases, but not in others. Every divorce case is unique and there are legal nuances and complexities involved that can complicate the process.

Common Myths About Divorce

Divorce myths are incredibly common, permeating our perceptions of reality. However, much of what many may believe to be fact is actually fiction, and usually best suited for TV dramas. If you are considering divorcing your spouse, it is important to debunk these myths. Here is a list of some of the most common myths about divorce.

Our firm advocates for grandparents' rights to see grandkids


Grandparents and grandchildren often share special connections that deepen their relationships and enrich their lives. While parents generally serve as guardians, disciplinarians, and custodians of their children, grandparents are often able to step into supportive roles in the lives of the young people they love. Throughout Texas, kids benefit from spending time with their grandparents and having them in their lives.

Common Divorce Myths

We have all heard various divorce stories, both amicable and contentious. Divorce stories inevitably involve myths, however, or elements that are either rare or not present in every case. The fact is that divorces are as different as the individuals involved in them, so you cannot look to one or even a handful of these stories as a model for what to expect out of a divorce. If you are going through a divorce, it is important to have realistic expectations for it that are not colored by myths or secondhand stories.

Common Issues to Address in Child Custody Cases

One of the biggest issues in a divorce is the matter of child custody. While things can get heated during this process, it is important to remember that, while you and your ex-spouse may disagree on many things, you both want what is best for your child. Here are some of the most common issues you may face when in the midst of a child custody dispute.shutterstock_235328089.jpg

How does the adoption process work?


Adoption is a beautiful concept. It allows a parent or parents who do not want or are unable to care for a child to offer their child to a parent or couple who either cannot have children or choose to adopt for other reasons. Let's say you want to adopt. How does the adoption process work in a nutshell?

Will you have to pay alimony? Maybe

Getting divorced is never an easy process. Ending your marriage means that you have to address issues like child custody and support and dividing property. You may also find that you will have to pay your future ex-wife alimony. This is a common aspect of many divorces across the country, including Texas. However, there are many factors that the court will consider when determining if you will have to pay alimony as well as the amount you will have to pay.

What can child support pay for?


Following a divorce in which one parent is granted custody of a child or children, it is not uncommon for the custodial parent to also be granted child support. A custodial parent may be put in a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to working, as much time will be devoted to taking care of the children and to assure that they are properly nurtured. But having a child is the responsibility of both parents.

Estate planning and the small business owner


Building a family business from the ground up is a dream for many entrepreneurs in Texas. Unfortunately, while many people with successful family businesses take steps to ensure their business's well-being during their lifetime, they may avoid thinking about what will happen to their business should they become incapacitated or pass away.

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